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against u.s. military intervention. >>> marking the 50th anniversary of the march on washington. the pressure on president obama as he takes the podium today. >>> good morning. right now traffic is getting busier all over the bay area including on highway 4 coming up to the willow pass grade. we will tell you where the traffic trouble spots are. >>> and in weather right now a layer of warm air compressing the marine layer. the net result dense fog that could effect your morning commute. we'll highlight the warmest day of the week and the changes you can expect for the holiday weekend. >>> these are live pictures of interfaith memorial service. if i'm not mistaken, this is dr. martin luther king's daughter. his youngest daughter. i'm going to check that. let's listen for just a second. >> as we go forward, we go forward in the spirit and in the strength and in the tradition of our four parents. understanding that without our faith, we will not be successful. and so we are called here today to remember, to reflect, and to commemorate the prophet, the pastor, the spiritual leader,
washington, d.c. in just about 15 minutes. >>> it's wednesday, august 14th i'm pam cook. >> it's the middle of the week. good morning, i'm dave clark. let's check weather and traffic. steve, it's going to get hot and then cold. back and forth? >> a little bit. san francisco yesterday had nice weather. people in the city were wearing short pants. that hasn't happened much lately. yesterday we managed to eke out a 70. going to 68 today. that is normal for this time of year. it will still be nice. this is right with you should be this time of year. a lot more clouds on the coast. 50s to upper 50s. and i think we will see 60s to 70s around the bay. 70-84 but a little bit more of a breeze today and slightly cooler. down about three to five from yesterday. inland will be warm to hot. i don't think much change there. speaking of back to school and forecast focus on antioch. some areas have already gone back. brentwood they were back. 64 right now. 59 livermore. 58 in oakland. san rafael at 56. there is santa rosa 49. 37 up in tahoe. i will tell you i know somebody who lives in truckee once august
: documents show the nsa monitored americans and foreign intelligence without authorization. the washington post broke this story the newspaper says nsa leaker edward snowden provided journalists with top secret documents earlier this summer. the paper work thousands of times a year they broke privacy rules. most incidents were unintentional but one case reveals they intercepted a large number of calls made here in washington, d.c. because of programming error confused the local area code 202 for simply 2-0. that is the dialing code for egypt. dianne feinstein chairs the committee. she says they need to do more to make sure the nsa operations are appropriate. those details when i see you around 7:15. live in washington kyla campbell ktvu channel 2 news. >>> there are also new developments surrounding nsa leaker edward snowden. he's accused of down loading materials about u.s. and british ease dropping programs while working for dell last year. intelligence agents say he left dell for a government contractor in march to specifically gain access to more top secret files. and in another develo
.s. and russia. as ktvu kyla campbell reports from our washington, d.c. newsroom they agree with president obama's recent decision about meeting the president of russia. >> reporter: the white house announced president obama will not be meon one with russian president vladimir putin next month. including about arms yo. republican senator -- especially considering for -- >> a signal of incredibly bad relations between the united states and russia and mr. putin putting his thumb right in america's eye. >> reporter: snowden's father came out swinging against the president and lawmakers. what he has to say about his son revealing spy program secrets when i see you next. live in washington kyla campbell ktvu channel 2 news. >>> the sentencing of convicted spy bradley manning begins today. later on today. his -- manning is expected to he faces up to -- >>> the u.s. has reopened most of its embassies in the middle east and north africa. they have been closed for a week because of terror threats. >>> california teachers will pay more to start the school year. that is because the new law bans public scho
, not if the u.s. launches a military strike on syria. as ktvu's could kyla campbell reports from washington, senior white house officials will brief members of congress today. >> reporter: congress is on recess till september 9 so senior administration officials will be holding a conference call today to brief congressional leaders as well as chairs and ranking members of national security committees. president barack obama says he has no diet syrian president bashar assad's regime is behind a chemical weapons attack. president obama vows american retaliation will send a strong signal to syria. the u.k. is expected to release some intelligence today including intercepted communication between government officials calling for the use of chemical weapons. use of chemical weapons violates international law. >> we're sending the signal that the international law needs to be respected and we in the humanity world will reap the wirl wind if we don't have -- whirlwind if we don't have a consequence this for you. >> reporter: dianne feinstein chairs the senate intelligence committee. live in washin
and africa this weekend. kyla campbell is joining us live from washington where one lawmaker just talked about who might be behind the latest threat. >> reporter: the chairman of the house foreign services committee says lawmakers were given some information and without revealing classified information he did say they believe the threat is linked to al qaeda. the state department is shutting down u.s. consulates and embassies on sunday. which is a normal workday. there is a chance that closures could happen even longer. they say the state department will not take any chances with threats considering after the they orbingen libya. >> the department has been deprived of information out of caution and care indicates we should institute the precautionary steps. >> reporter: this is happening as the house is -- i will explain their plan when i see you next. live in washington kyla campbell ktvu channel 2 news. >>> 9,000 people have now signed an online petition in support of a teacher in southern california. english teacher ken was fired says he was fired for marrying his gay partner last mon
will announce a sentence for bradley manning at 7:00 this morning. ktvu in washington, d.c. newsroom, poor intelligence analysts faces 90 years in prison for leaking government documents. >> manning's attorney says he should face no more than 25 years in prison. i contacted people holding a vigil, in the entrance gate of fort mead. they sent me these pictures about a dozen people asking for manning to be set free. manning was convicted on 20 charges including espionage. he handed hundreds and thousands of documents to wiki leaks while stationed in 2010. he leaked the files to spark debate on the u.s. and the prosecution asked the judge to send manning to at least 60 years in prison. i'll wait on how the sentencing will be sent down. >>> egyptian has ordered the release of hosni mubarak. it's a move that will cause further unrest. he's been held since april 2011. >>> meantime, a white house spokesperson, says the obama administration is reviewing military aid to egypt and denies reports that the aid was secretly put on hold. president obama has a meeting to discuss the issue. it's set to gi
come one a long-term budget in september. they are only scheduled to work in washington for two weeks. leaders from both parties hinted a temporary extension of the current budget giving them a few extra months to agree on a long-term spending plan and avoid a government shut down. here's a look at the letter the house republicans sent speaker john boehner. they are calling obama care aegirines. i will explain their reasoning at 7:15. >>> today president obama continues his two-day bus tour. talking about making college more affordable for middle class students. he speaks first in new york and then later in scranton, pennsylvania. >>> we have breaking news to tell you about. we are following now a multicar crash in oakland right now. ktvu brian flores on the scene. brian, you are on 580 near 24? >> reporter: yeah, that is right. westbound 580 off 24. you can see several highway patrol cars here. tow trucks here. emergency crews yust left about five minutes ago. this is a multivehicle crash involving at least five to seven cars and at least one motorcycle. the latest that we are hearin
of honor. as kyla campbell reports from our washington, d.c. newsroom carter is credited with risking his life to save a fellow soldier. >> reporter: carter jumped boo action when taliban attacked. the army says carter killed enemy troops, resupplied ammunition to american fighters, provided first aid, and risked his own life to save an injured fighter. he has mixed emotions about receiving the medal of honor. it is great honor but getting the award means he was in a situation where fellow brothers were suffering and dying around him. he did everything he could to preconvenient further loss. >> i a grateful for all those i fought with that day. >> reporter: by receiving the medal of honor he becomes nondeployable but he does have plans to continue helping fellow soldiers. i'm working on that story for you at 7:15. live in washington kyla campbell ktvu channel 2 news. >>> basketball star lamar odom of the los angeles clippers is being reported as missing this morning. tmz reports no one has seen lamar for the past three days. his family and friends in southern california say they fear the
-mails when i see you next. >>> live in washington. a lawyer has ignited the latest controversy in the scandal. it should foot the bill against the harassment lawsuit. the lawyer says that's because the mayor never received state required sexual harassment training. the council voted to deny the mayor money for his defense. >>> there is a new development in the scandal here in the bay area. two groups are now calling for a s commissioner to resign. he was arrested on suspicion of burglary and prowling. the labor group say he has shown a pattern of poor choices and bad behavior and time for him to step down. >>> time is now 6:16. police at san jose state university arrested a suspect on the campus on tuesday night. police will give us more details. the 22-year-old victim is recovering. his head was hit on the sidewalk near the science building. police say it appears the victim and the attacker knew each other. now the victim was not a student and no ties to the university. >>> a sex abuse claim has been filed against one school district. it is claimed that a fifth grade teacher molested a boy a
to oregon and washington state. and hannaerson --erson was kidnapped by a family friend who is suspected of killing her mother and possibly her brother. a friend says that in recent months he told her he had a crush on her. they think that he may be heading to canada. >>> the santa clara health department is reporting a case of west nile virus this year. doctors say a woman in her 30s hospitalized for viral meningitis was infected. she is recovering at home. >>> what are you seeing now? >> and we'll follow up on a car fire 580 at the pass that is causing some delays. and watch for it. and the bay bridge. and it is like rain here and measurable amounts and in san francisco. and 60s and 70s. >> and coming up on 2. police have issued a warning about two dangerous men posing as workers. the important new information we learned this morning. >>> a vallejo family was robbed at gunpoint yesterday and two local businesses were robbed within the last two weeks. what police say connects the three cases and what you should be on the look out for. >> four people killed in deadly gunfire in dallas. h
washington, d.c. newsroom several are calling to call off that aid. >> john mccain says what happens in the middle east will directly impact the national security interests of the u.s. senators mccain and graham met with leaders from opposing parties. both snores say the obama administration needs to cut off aid to egypt. they believe they're using unnecessarily using violence on protestors. the us can find a better solution. they can decide by the end of this week whether or not to cut off their aid package following the deadly clashes combined the european union gives $7 billion a year to egypt. i'm scheduled to hear more of a report from the pentagon. stay tuned. >>> mark zuckerberg had a security beach in his company. he a hacker proved that he could post on his wall without being a friend. he told the company and he was ignored so he took it right to the top. facebook says it has been fixed. >>> a british law maker said why was he contained it -- contained at the airport. green walled called the detainment an escalation of attacks on journalists. nsa staff broke more privacy rul
. they're in a washington, d.c. courtroom over access to documents and other issues. >>> contra cost a county are doing drills, they'll continue to do testing and it will go out for the next few hours. >> the parks commission will consider a plan to make it illegal to feed wildlife in parks or wild spaces. that includes feeding deduction at parks. this is after a long study that found wildlife is being harmed by that food. fooding pose as health risk to humans as well. that is at 7:00 tonight at the city hall conference room. san jose may be the latest bay area containers. they are banning all plastic foam containers as well as cups. this would apply to fast food chains as well starting january 112th. p 0 california cities have banned styrofoam. if this is approved san jose will be the largest city in california to move ahead of that ban. >> the dow jones is done, it's down almost 100 points. >> it's down more percentagewise. a lot of worries on what's going to happen in syria. >> also george zimmerman's attorney headed back to court. dollars in fees. the of back td >> we're live in
president of mohamed morsi. we expect a statement from john kerry in a couple of hours. live in washington, channel 2 news. >>> they're upset about what's going on, especially since they had high hopes for their country after the arab spring revolution two years ago. >> it's the worst case scenario which could have been avoided. i don't know where we can recover from this as a society long term. >> now, mohammed said he found out three people he knows were killed during the violence yesterday in cairo. >>> united nations investigations are headed to syria to try to determine whether chemical weapons are in the civil war. they accepted arrangements for the investigation. the team will visit three sites where there are reports for chemical weapons used. they doubt the inspectors will find anything since the report of use of chemical weapons happened months ago. there is a message for a republican congressman [ shouting ] >> the marchs targeted the office of congressman mccarthy. it's aimed at republican members of congress. the event attracted supporters and opponents of immigration reform.
administration owe firms say it is under review. kyla campbell is following the story from washington, d.c. you're getting a word on getting details from the white house. >> reporter: pam, i did just speak to my contact a few minutes ago. she pointed me to the white how's news conference from yesterday. spokesman said that the obama administration is evaluating the $1.3 billion in military aid give tony egypt each year. he says that the president will first make sure that any decision to suspend aid would be in the best interest of the national security of the u.s. and secondly the administration needs to make sure that the u.s. is meeting its legal obligations since it promised funding to egypt. the state department says that officials will work with the white house and congress to review the situation in egypt. this comes after deadly clashes between the interim government's military and supporters of the ousted president left about 1,000 people dead. >>> the white how's says there are consequences for the egyptian military attacking the people. >> the time is 6:15. new developments in the ns
it will not seek to block new state laws in california and washington that legalize the recreational use of marijuana. and it will no longer target medical marijuana dispensaries as long as they don't sell to minors and the properties don't go to organized crime. in recent years they have raided dispensaries in california even though they are legal under state law. >>> the vallejo police officer has returned marijuana to a man. a judge ordered police to return the pot. he was one of the stars of the tv show called weed country. he had about 9,000 clients before the raid and he plans to sue vallejo for his losses. >>> a federal judge says alameda county can implement its first of its kind drug disposal law. coalition of pharmaceutical companies say that law interfered with interstate commerce and they sued to have it thrown out. however the drug makers lost 245 fight in federal court. >>> a police investigation has determined a big rig driver was at fault in a crash earlier this month that killed a cyclist in san francisco. the case is now being turned over to the district attorney who ma
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